Georgia Beats Hawaii in Sugar Bowl

NEW ORLEANS (KHNL) --  The Warrior football team's Sugar Bowl dreams get sacked.

Their greatest season ends in New Orleans with a disappointing loss.

But loyal fans are still behind their favorite team after a thrilling season!

Warrior pride was just about everywhere you went Tuesday.

Fans have a lot of love for Colt Brennan and his teammates. They were college football's last unbeaten team.

But sadly, Tuesday night, that streak ended.

In the first quarter, Georgia on the board first with Knowshon Moreno scoring on a 17-yard touchdown run.  Brandon Coutu kicked the extra point.

Warriors' Dan Kelly kicked a 42-yard field goal.

Knowshon Moreno scored another touchdown on an 11-yard run for the Bulldogs.  Brandon Coutu kicked the extra point.

In the second quarter, Brandon Coutu kicked a 52-yard field goal for the Bulldogs.

Bulldogs' Sean Bailey scored on an 11-yard-pass from Matthew Stafford.   Brandon Coutu kicked the extra point for Georgia.

Going into halftime, Georgia leads Hawaii 24 - 3.

In the third quarter, Georgia's Marcus Howard recovered a Colt Brennan fumble in the end zone for a touchdown.  Brandon Coutu kicked the extra point.

Thomas Brown scored a touchdown on a one-yard run for Georgia.  Brandon Coutu kicked the extra point.

In the fourth quarter, Brandon Coutu kicked a 45-yard field goal for Georgia.

Hawaii's Tyler Graunke passed to Ryan Grice-Mullen for a 16-yard touchdown. Dan Kelly kicked the extra point.

Final score, Georgia beats Hawaii in the Sugar Bowl 41 - 10.